The Multiplier Effect In Nature

Emergence #3

a log standing upright with a cap of moss that is flowering
Photo by Ronaldo de Oliveira on Unsplash

At the
elemental level
of the moss
that grows
on the surface,
tiny parts
of the system
combine efforts
to multiply results
until we are lost
in the math of things.

The sums
don’t compute
as the emergent
properties expand
the forces
between atoms
at the source
of creation.

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